Review of The Capture, by Julie Coulter Bellon

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I have read all of Julie Coulter Bellon’s books, and this is her best. You will not be able to put it down once you start reading it. The characters in The Capture are compelling from the first page to the last.

This is the culmination of a three-book series about the terrorist Nazer and Griffin Force, the Special Ops group which has undertaken to eradicate him and his horrible reach throughout the Middle East. It begins with the hair-raising capture of Zaya who has been held prisoner for six months in Afghanistan. From there the story escalates in tension that never lets up as Nazer seeks the life of Zaya and Julian, her love interest and the head of Griffin Force.

The relationship between Zaya and Julian is beautifully portrayed in all its nuances. Zaya’s PTSD complicates things, but her courage and desire to overcome her trauma are well dramatized. Details are clear and draw the reader right into the story from the beginning.  The climax is sensational.

You will love this book! You can buy it here.

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